Top Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Millcreek, UT & Free Treatment Resources

 Millcreek Utah Drug Alcohol Rehab
Millcreek, Utah, is a suburb of Salt Lake City and is part of Salt Lake County. Millcreek was the county’s most populous unincorporated area until 2016 when its residents voted to officially establish its city government. Marijuana is a concern in the Millcreek area. Data from 2021 shows that most people in Salt Lake County under the age of 18 entered substance use disorder treatment for marijuana misuse.1 Whether you are dealing with an addiction to marijuana or another substance, a drug rehab or alcohol rehab center in Millcreek will help you work towards better health and lead a substance-free life.

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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Millcreek, UT

Statistics on drug and alcohol use in Millcreek break the town into two locations—Millcreek South and Millcreek East. Here are some statistics on substance abuse for both Millcreek and Salt Lake County.2,3

Getting to and Getting Around Millcreek, UT

millcreek utahMillcreek is just 8 miles south of Salt Lake City, which makes it a convenient option if you are looking for detox at a drug or alcohol rehab outside of the metro area. Below is some helpful information about Millcreek and the surrounding area whether you are traveling to receive addiction treatment at a Millcreek inpatient or outpatient rehab or visiting a friend or family member.


  1. Utah Department of Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Substance Use and Mental Health Data Portal Home.
  2. Utah Department of Health. (2021). Health Indicator Report of Drug Overdose and Poisoning Incidents.
  3. Salt Lake County Health Department. (2022). Community Profiles.